Last up on the list are the vitamins. Here is a brief rundown of vitamins that can you can use as part of your anti-aging remedies:
Vitamin C – You want to get as much vitamin C into your body as you can to protect your skin from stress and to help the skin cells to keep producing as they should. To get vitamin C, look for citrus fruits like grapefruit and oranges, as well as veggies like bell peppers and broccoli.
Vitamin A – Vitamin A is also good for your skin, protecting you from early signs of aging. For more of this vitamin in your diet, try squash, dark, leafy greens, sweet potatoes, and carrots.
Vitamin K – Don’t forget about your vitamin K! This is great for reducing dark circles under your eyes, which can age you dramatically. Get your vitamin K from broccoli, romaine lettuce, and parsley.
B Complex – Last up is B complex vitamins, which are going to provide biotin and extra moisture to your skin, as well as your hair and nails. You can enjoy potatoes, mushrooms, and sunflower seeds for B complex vitamins.
If you don’t feel like you are getting enough vitamins through food sources, don’t forget you can take additional supplements.
This completes our series on Anti-Aging Remedies Report. I hope you have enjoyed reading the posts as much as I have writing them.